Craft beer lovers and foodies with a pension for dining and drinking while surrounded in an old world Americana look and feel (as in REAL LOG CABIN/BARN WOOD), get ready to dive in to Copperwood Tavern this fall. The latest installation from local entrepreuners and restaurateurs Wooden Nickel Bar Company (Irish Whiskey, Wilson Tavern, Mighty Pint) will prove to be the place to be in Shirlington.
I got a glimpse last month while under construction and a quick tour from proprietor Reese Gardner. DC based artist Maggie O’Neill (Lincoln, Teddy & the Bully Bar) is behind what will prove to be a visual delight for Copperwood patrons. From lighting to the logs in the wall, to the bars (they will have one bar dedicated just those sitting in the bar and another for diners – so forget about that long wait!), to the seating and the restrooms, Maggie’s eye for the creative shock and awe will be there for us to soak up.
We’ll be back with more information on this down home perfect for a date, afterwork drinks, brunch, happy hour, group gathering venue in the Shirlington Village.
Meanwhile check out the details HERE.
4021 Campbell Avenue, Arlington, VA
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